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A look at what will trend in 2021. Pinterest recently released its seventh annual Pinterest Predicts report, providing a look into what people around the world have been searching for in 2020 and what it could mean for trends in travel, health and wellbeing, beauty, home décor, special events, parenting, fashion, food and beverage, finance […]Continue Reading
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We spoke with Dr. Kunjana Mavunda, M.D., a travel medicine specialist and pulmonologist at the International Travel Clinic, to find out how to be smart about flying during the COVID-19 global pandemic. Coronavirus cases are continuing to spike in the United States making it quite unappealing to fly as it’s impossible to socially distance on […]Continue Reading
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Pre-employed are invited to spend a month working in Hawaii. Hawaii has just launched a new “travel” program focused on remote work from the Hawaiian Islands. The state/private-supported program, “Movers & Shakas” will initially provide 50 FREE roundtrip flights to Oahu to pre-employed people who must stay a minimum of one month. In exchange, they Continue Reading
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Check out these flexible deals that can be booked into 2021. Whether you’re planning a staycation or an epic adventure, these Black Friday and Cyber Monday travel deals will help you do it for less, with rates starting under $200 per night and most travel dates extending through 2021. Note that blackout dates apply, most […]Continue Reading
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©Thaspol Sangsee/Shutterstock The CDC warned against traveling for the holidays as COVID-19 cases surge. TSA data indicates that over 2 million people passed through security checkpoints the weekend before Thanksgiving. It was only the second time since March that domestic flight travel had over 1 million flyers in a day. While this is a high […]Continue Reading
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©Sean Pavone/Shutterstock Global travel authority Lonely Planet has today unveiled a radical reimagining of its much-awaited Best in Travel picks for 2021, reflecting an unprecedented year of disruption in the travel industry. For the first time, this year’s list spotlights not only places but also people and communities who are transforming the travel industry. In Continue Reading
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Escaping from the hustle and bustle of New York City doesn’t have to mean a long vacation. With a full tank of gas or by using the city’s public transportation, it’s easier than ever to get out of town for an unbelievable day trip. Within two hours of the city, you can find a complete […]Continue Reading
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Amtrak unveiled the sleek new design of its upgraded Acela fleet ©Amtrak Amtrak’s new fleet of high-speed trains is going to reduce carbon consumption by almost half, giving passengers in the northeast a more sustainable way to travel. Comfortable, low carbon transport is the name of the game over at Amtrak. At least in the Acela line. […]Continue Reading
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The State Department recently lifted its five-month long “do not travel” advisory for all international destinations and returned to country-specific restrictions. While several nations, including much of Europe, remain closed to US travelers, a growing number of countries are reopening their borders to them. Editor’s Note: This list was updated on Continue Reading
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Courtesy Southwest Airlines The changes go into effect on Dec. 1, despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Southwest Airlines has announced that it will begin booking flights at full capacity, allowing middle seats to be booked. The airline has been leaving middle seats open since the start of the pandemic in March in order to meet […]Continue Reading